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Born Mad
Robyn Wheeler
Balboa Press / Softcover / Jul 2011
9781452536408 (ISBN-10: 1452536406)
Mood Disorders / Biography and Memoir
price: $17.95 (may be subject to change)
144 pages
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After several years of chronic anger, depression and frustration, Robyn Wheeler was diagnosed with a low-grade chronic depression known as Dysthymia. Dysthymia is categorized as a mood disorder and often goes undiagnosed by those suffering from it as well as mental health professionals. Now on medication to help her deal with a mental disorder, Robyn has written a book about her journey, thoughts of suicide and her courage and determination to become "normal".

Born Mad will shed light on chronic anger, how it festers to the point of wanting to do harm to yourself and others. Robyn will take you through her anger as a small child, her denial as an adult as well as the many technigues and therapies she tried in an attempt to rid herself of chronic anger, hate and anxiety.

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Robyn Wheeler has a BS degree in Animal Science from California State Polytechnic University, Pomona (1988) and is currently going back to school to pursue a degree in Psychology. She is a freelance writer for The Monitor of Cedar Creek Lake newspaper and has been teaching children about wildlife and pet ownership for over 20 years.

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